Easy Homemade Cashew-Oat Yogurt

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This yogurt by Golubka Kitchen does not taste like dairy yogurt, but it does have a satisfyingly creamy, fatty body, which goes well with fresh fruit, much like regular yogurt. The texture of this yogurt is unique. It’s not fluffy like well-made coconut yogurt and not pudding-like, like store-bought yogurt that contains gums. It’s thick but pourable. The flavor is unique, too. The cashews contribute fattiness and richness. The oats, once fermented with a probiotic, acquire a pleasantly sour, almost cheesy/yogurt-y type of flavor. Enjoy!

 

Ingredients

  • 1 cup raw cashews or cashew pieces - soaked in purified water for 4 hours or overnight
  • ⅓ cup gluten-free, old-fashioned rolled oats - soaked in ½ cup purified water overnight
  • ¾ cup purified water
  • 2 probiotic capsules (I use this one)

Instructions

  1. Drain and rinse the cashews. Combine them with the soaked oats (the oats should absorb the water by now, so no need to drain) and water in an upright, high-speed blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Pour into a glass container, leaving some room at the top for the yogurt to expand. Open the probiotic capsules and pour the powder into the yogurt mixture. Stir with a wooden (or any non-metal) spoon to incorporate thoroughly. Cover the container with a piece of cheesecloth or breathable fabric, fixing it in place with a rubber band (or I use my nut milk bags here) and let culture in a dark place (no direct sunlight), at room temperature for 24 hours. Taste the yogurt. If it tastes good and yogurt-like enough to you, it's ready. If not, leave it to culture more, for up to 48 hours total. The timing will depend on the temperature in your house and the probiotic you use. Once ready, keep refrigerated in an air-tight container.

Notes

When you are ready to make the next batch of this yogurt, you can save a few tablespoons of yogurt and use it as a starter for your new batch.
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Mother and daughter on a life revolving around fresh & delicious food.

Dreaming of a family café and the world.Mom works out the recipes.Daughter takes the photos.Both cook.
Food that takes time, effort, and love. Golubka (голубка) - noun, dove from Russian

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